Thursday, 19 March 2015
Rail Corridor on track to be continuous 24km green stretch
SIX areas along the Rail Corridor are to be given special attention when it is finally developed, and the 24km path will be restored to be a fully continuous green stretch.
In May, up to five design teams will be shortlisted to develop the concept master plan and specific proposals. A public exhibition will be held from October to December to get feedback on the ideas of the successful team or teams.
From March to May next year, they will come up with a preliminary design for a 4km "signature stretch" of the Rail Corridor, which has yet to be revealed.
URA chief executive Ng Lang said: "Our intention is to continue to sensitively stage the development of this project with the community, and not rush into developing the whole stretch at one go."
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